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Anarchism Is The Only Hope: Lessons from the Durruti Column of The Spanish Civil War Recorded 12 April 2008 at Judson Church during the 2nd Annual NYC Anarchist Bookfair 'Anarchism is the only hope that the working class have to improve their life and stop the exploitation. We, the Anarchists, follow this Bakinin statement : "The power pervert the man!" During the Spanish Civil War I witnessed how well organized the Anarchist Unions (Sindicados) were in Catalunya and Aragon. It's not...
Topics: durruti, sossenko, anarchy, activism, anarchism, nyc, activist, cnt, fai, book, fair
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The youth are waiting, day after day. They wait for their time; as do the workers, even the old. They all wait, those who are discontented and those who reflect. They are waiting for a force to arise, something they will be part of; a new kind of international that will not make the same mistakes as the previous ones. They wait for a chance to get rid of the past once and for all - for something new to begin. WE HAVE BEGUN.
Topics: invisible committee, tiqqun, call, l'appel, the coming insurrection, anarchist, anarchism, anarchy,...
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by NYC Anarchist Bookfair Collective
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Parecon and Anarchism: A Dialogue Could a new society be set up after capitalism, one which relies neither on the market nor on the state--a society based on directly democratic workplace and community councils? One such program has been called Parecon (from Participatory Economics), as developed by Michael Albert, Robin Hahnel, and others. These ideas have been critiqued by concepts from the tradition of revolutionary anarchist-communism. A dialogue will be held by representatives of each...
Topics: parecon, participatory, economics, anarchism, anarchist, spannos, price, book, fair, anarchy
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by Common Good Awareness Project
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A series of audio from Znet on various aspects of participatory economics (Parecon) by Michael Albert.
Topics: economics, participation
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A presentation by two members of CAPES (the Chicago Area Participatory Economics Society) at the University of Chicago, about participatory economics and finance. The event was organized by the University of Chicago chapter of the Students for a Democratic Society, and held on May 19, 2009. Learn more at www.chicagoparecon.org
Topic: finance chicago economics finance parecon university capes participatory
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Marina Sitrin reads extracts from her book 'Horizontalism'. The book is a collection of first-hand accounts by people involved in various forms of ground-up social re-organisation that was initiated by ordinary people in the wake of Argentina's economic collapse in 2001. The video was recorded at the Radical Independent Bookfair event in Glasgow - http://www.ribproject.org
Topics: Argentina, popular struggle, Horizontalism, anarchism
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by City Strolls
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Voices of Popular Power in Argentina From Sunny Govan Community Radio The social movements that exploded in Argentina that December not only transformed the fabric of Argentine society but also highlighted the possibility of a genuinely democratic alternative to global capital. Horizontalism: Voices of Popular Power in Argentina is the story of those movements, as told by the men and women who are building them. "Marina Sitrin has provided an invaluable service to scholars and activists...
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Karl Marx
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LibriVox recording of Wage-Labour and Capital by Karl Marx. Read by Carl Manchester. Originally written as a series of newspaper articles in 1847, Wage-Labour and Capital was intended to give a short overview, for popular consumption, of Marx's central theories regarding the economic relationships between workers and capitalists. These theories outlined include the Marxian form of the Labour Theory of Value, which distinguishes "labour" from "labour-power", and the Theory of...
Topics: marx, economics, politics, capitalism, socialism, audiobook, librivox
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
The Final Straw Radio
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from http://www.ashevillefm.org/the-final-straw/03/2012/market-anti-capitalism-a-conversation-with-charles-w-johnson This week's show features an interview with Charles W. Johnson, an editor and contributor to the new edition "Markets Not Capitalism: Individualist Anarchism Against Bosses, Inequality, Corporate Power, and Structural Poverty", just out from Autonomedia Press. Charles is a market anarchist writer from Auburn, Alabama. He is a member of Occupy Auburn, a Research...
Topics: markets, capitalism, libertarian, anarchist, charles w. johnson, bursts o'goodness, final straw,...
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from http://www.ashevillefm.org/the-final-straw/06/2012/occupy-everything-anarchists-in-the-occupy-movement-2009-2011-with-aragorn This week's show features a conversation with Aragorn! Aragorn is an author based out of the Bay Area who is responsible for numerous essays on anarchism, nihilism and indigeneity; was an editor of Anarchy: a Journal of Desire Armed, and currently helps to publish The Anvil Review. More recently, Aragorn hass been working with Ardent Press and edited a compilation...
Topics: anarchism, anarchy, aragorn, bursts, final straw, kxcf, kwtf, occupy, little black cart
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by David Watson
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This is the title essay in David Watson's book Against the Megamachine (pp.117-145) read aloud. The content was originally published during the years 1981-1985 in the Detroit periodical Fifth Estate. During this period, Fifth Estate pioneered a radical critique of industrial society that would become known as anarcho-primitivism or anti-civilization anarchism. This represents Watson's contribution to that critique. It was revised and consolidated into this piece in 1997 for inclusion in the...
Topics: politics, radical, anarcho-primitivism, anti-civilization, anarchism, anarchy, anarchist, theory,...
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by Anotherworldispossible
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A review of the discussion of the relationship between anarchism and the Palestinian/Israeli struggle by Uri Gordon, an Israeli anarchist, in his book "Anarchy Alive!", including a response to his attack on the views and possible solutions of the author, Wayne Price.
Topics: anarchy, revolution, israel, Palestine, insurrection, uri gordon, wayne price, racism, direct...
NYC Anarchist Book Fair 2009 Anarchism's Principles and Prefigurative Practices 11 April 2009 NYU Presented by Cindy Milstein There are nearly as many definitions of anarchism as there are anarchists, and yet perhaps the best introduction can be found in exploring its basic principles and how those play out in its prefigurative praxis. This talk/discussion will look at some of the key ethical orientations that distinguish anarchism, followed by a diverse sampler of how anarchists try to...
Topics: new york, anarchism, anarchy, bookfair, radical, activist
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by NYC Anarchist Bookfair Collective
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An Introduction to Anarchism Recorded 12 April 2008 at Judson Church during the 2nd Annual New York City Anarchist Bookfair Introduction and discussion about many perspectives of anarchism as both a political philosophy/theory and praxis. Cindy Milstein is a co-organizer of the Renewing the Anarchist Tradition conference, a board member of the Institute for Anarchist Studies, and a collective member of both Free Society and Black Sheep Books in Montpelier, Vermont. She also taught at the...
Topics: anarchism, anarchist, anarchy, NYC, bookfair, activist, activism, book, fair
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by Platypus Affiliated Society
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Fourth Annual International Convention of the Platypus Affiliated Society Saturday 31 March 2012, School of the Art Institute of Chicago Panel: John Slavin (Industrial Workers of the World, 4 Star Anarchist Organization) Crimthinc (Daniel Dulce) Kelvin Ho (Occupy Chicago) Sara Whitford (Formerly Occupy Chicago) #Occupy represents one of the most significant prospects and challenges for the Left in the past decade. Working through the politics of #Occupy is a delicate matter. In some ways, the...
Topics: occupy, ows, iww, crimethinc, anarchism, 4 star collective, Chicago
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by Alan Woods
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The discipline that is imposed on the worker through the capitalist system — through wage labour, through the division of labour and the development of manufacturing — is the very same discipline that the workers turn against the bosses through organisation into trade unions and political parties of labour. "What the bourgeoisie therefore produces, above all, are its own grave-diggers", states the Communist Manifesto. Therefore what effect does the theory and practice of Anarchism...
Topics: Marxism, Anarchism, Anarchist, Marx, Engels, Bakunin, First International, Captialism, division of...
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How to create a Progressive political movement and gain power over the State by combining the Anti-war/peace, Environmental/climate change and Food Democracy movements? Elliot Tarry discusses strategies with ben Grosscup of the Institue for Social Ecology.
Topics: Social Ecology, War and Environment, Bread and Roses
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by anotherworldispossible
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An essay entitled Anarcho-Syndicalism written by Errico Malatesta. Also included are 2 letters written to the editor of El Productor an anarchist magazine published in Barcelona. The intermingling of labor and anarchy is discussed, as well as what anarchists within labor organizations should work towards.
Topics: anarchy, anotherworldispossible
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
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LibriVox recording of Proposed Roads to Freedom by Bertrand Russell. Bertrand Russell, 3rd Earl Russell (1872 – 1970) was a British philosopher, logician, mathematician, political activist and Nobel laureate. He led the British "revolt against idealism" in the early 1900s and is considered one of the founders of analytic philosophy along with his predecessor Gottlob Frege and his protégé Ludwig Wittgenstein. In this book, written in 1918, he offers his assessment of three...
Topics: anarchism, socialism, marx, syndicalism, capitalism, freedom, politics, russell, audiobook, librivox
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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Audio recordings of 3 introductions and the public discussion at the Real World Economics event 'The political economy of anarchism: a viable or utopian avenue for the future? (14 nov 2011, CREA) 1. Introduction of event by moderator Kees Hudig (globalinfo.nl and RWE), followed by contribution by Bert Altena, historian at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, specialized in the history of labour movements, especially of revolutionary syndicalism and anarchism in the Netherlands and Belgium; 2....
Topics: Real World Economics, political economy, anarchism, CREA, globalinfo, Bert Altena, Dennis de Lange,...
Source: http://www.globalinfo.nl/Gespot/14-november-rwe-over-economie-en-anarchisme.html
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Audio of Direct Democracy Autonomy panel at USSF 2010 in Detroit with Michael Fox, Emily Foreman, Kate Khatib, Sam Brown, Joe Reinhart, Kevin Caplicki, Cindy Milstein and Claire
Topics: Anarchism, USSF 2010, Autonomy, IAS, Direct Democracy
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This event was supposed to take place during the two day festival planned for the move in on January 28-29. Because the attempt at the building take over was brutally crushed by the police, the event was still held in Oscar Grant Plaza at around 6pm on Sunday night...
Topics: graeber, grubacic, ga, move in, occupy oakland, opd
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by Greg Oxley
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Speaking on the 1871 Paris Commune at the IMT Winter School in Berlin, Greg Oxley explained: "The history of the Paris Commune is not just history, but it is our history. It is really the beginning of the concsious struggle for socialism. The Paris Commune was the first time the working class rose up, took power, held on to power for ten weeks before it was brutally crushed in the last week of May 1871."
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Topics: 1871, Paris Commune, IMT Winter School, Greg Oxley, history, concsious, struggle, capitalism,...
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by Pablo from Miami Autonomy & Solidarity
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"Building power through building relationships: a reflection on popular movements in the United States through the lense of a specifically Anarchist organizationâ Pablo from Miami Autonomy & Solidarity speaking at the 2012 Los Angeles Anarchist Bookfair.
Topics: Anarchism, Political, Radical, Intermediate, Mass, Level, Organizing, Occupy, Especifismo,...
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by Housmans Bookshop
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Verso presents: âThe Glorious Times of the Situationist Internationalâ with McKenzie Wark Wednesday 24 August, 7pm Starting up in the post-war Paris, and finding notoriety during the uprising of May 1968, the Situationists argued against mass media and advocated living life in opposition to advanced capitalism. They derived their name from the idea of purposefully constructing âsituationsâ, or moments of life, that force individuals to view their everyday lives critically before...
Topics: situationist, radical, housmans, bookshop, discussion